New photos of this intriguing organic building, conceived as a pavilion in its parkland setting. The soft exterior form envelops the whole of the centre and defines the courtyard garden. The exterior shell creates the framework for the centre and sculpts the main spaces, whilst the timber interior buildings create more intimate rooms.
This lakeside retreat is anything but ordinary. Taking design inspiration from a vintage Polaroid Camera, the form of the building is intended to frame the scenic setting from every angle – creating ‘postcards’ from within.
A second public symposium on the Mackintosh Building, chaired by leading architecture critic Rowan Moore. The Glasgow School of Art recently named the architecture studio to restore the A-listed Mackintosh building: Page \ Park Architects. Five architects were selected from a longlist of 14 architecture studios.
Here’s the description for Bordertown: Set on a lot adjacent to several warehouses, a freeway, and an unsanctioned skate park that was created by locals,this house is derived from its setting and programmattic requirements.
Highland Park’s Rosewood Beach will be reborn this summer as an educational and recreational oasis after an extensive shoreline restoration project and beach infrastructure plan led by Chicago-based Woodhouse Tinucci Architects.
Facing to a significant complexity of the site, the project assumed a simple and effective resolution of the major issues. A detail analysis of the site added to a thorough study of the urban structure has allowed us to understand how this urban space has been built.
We wanted to create something special, something unique. The location itself is idyllic, when we are there, we feel a special atmosphere. Being closed from the noise of the city, closed from the external world it is the island of quiet.
ADAM Urbanism Student Travel Scholarship 2015 call for entries
ADAM Architecture’s annual Student Travel Scholarship deadline has been extended to 1st May. The scholarship is open to applications from undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at a UK or International RIBA-accredited school of architecture.
Construction has commenced on the 445m tall mixed-use Nanning Resources Center Tower. The 255,000 sqm skyscraper building is dominated by office space but also includes the luxury Shangri-La hotel and retail.
Construction work has recently started on a new £10m Hub building, at the centre of Manchester Science Park. It is the first building to follow BDP’s masterplan, and will set the standard for new development within the Manchester Science Partnerships’ portfolio.